It’s episode 4 of I Gotta Call Zack!. This time, we discuss the Royal Rumble, the Detroit auto show (or “North American International Auto Show,” as Zack likes to call it) and the Grammys, and Jericho tells a story about Survivor contestant Yung “Woo” Hwang’s father! Also, songs by Mystery Pills, JJ Project and Mos Def!
The first song, “It Ain’t My Fault,” can be bought on Amazon. You can also find it on iTunes. All proceeds go to Gulf Aid, a non-profit organization dedicated to cleaning up the Gulf of Mexico.
The song was recorded in Preservation Hall in New Orleans, with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. It was done overnight, using the historic space and equipment that’s provided generations of musicians an electric environment.
Not a whole lot else to say about the Royal Rumble. We covered it as much as I care to…
While you’re listening to that segment, feel free to browse the Wiki page about Roman Reigns’ family tree.
The website for the North American International Auto Show has lots of pretty pictures and stuff.
Tyler Breeze is a wrestler. This wrestler:
You can find Master Hwang’s gym website here. If you go to the bottom of that page, you’ll see a picture of the soon to be Survivor winner, Yung “Woo” Hwang. You will not find me in any of the pics, nor will you find any pictures of the first gym, which makes me a sad panda. Perhaps I’ll contact Master Hwang someday and see if any photos of the space exist. It was cavernous, and awesome.
Sorry this episode’s notes are so short. I’ll do better next time.
As always, thanks to Zack Rovinsky for showing up! Zack produces a Survivor recap Podcast called “Previously On…Survivor”. Check it out if you’re a fan.
This podcast was recorded with Audacity.
Digital communication in the dead-ass cold of winter thanks to Skype.
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See you next week.